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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

INDEX
Strikes in E
197         .,        ,           .,
^•l/— 8 ;   pretext- s r, I'M quelled b>A:i».-niA\; H3- /. Students,  champions  ' >f \VK.T. v
*I7,   4'.'
,
of,    150,   sink- a riotin0'   n:\   177 , 221, 24G-T
Succession^   to    Ruk*    I-
-Firmans <iii, !i!, i
Sudan, the, conquest of, j^
met   All   15-10,
expansion in,        ..
.  Ismail,   24,   27 :   *'iaii^V
from, to Briti-?i   G.'.:J: t-
tion,  4S .577. ;   evao'wt: :.
of,    48,   30.   200 ;    f    :.-
^          quest of, 51-2, 270 ;  c;i::<-
paigns in, cost of, Brit:-:.
financial   help   \ri:h.   o- :
prosperity of, presc:;!:  1 *-\
52 ;    control ir:>rn, of if.'
Nile   Waters   (q.r. -,    IM],
286-7 ;  Egj-ptian srarris - :,
of, 130 ;   sovereignty o\vr.
claimed by the Xaticna'Js:
Party,     144:,    275,    299 ;
conditions   in,   contracted
^itb.  those  in  Ezj-pt  Ly
Curzoa, 259 ;   attftuiie to,
of Foreign Powers, present
day,    299 ;    financial   re-
imbursement of Egypt in
connection with, suggested,
299
Sudanese   attitude   to   Egyptians,
49, 52 Suez, 138
Harbour works, 27 Suez Canal, the, early scheme for, 1 S i Concession granted f cr, by Said, 23 ;   opening of, 26, 43 ; Turkish attack en, foiled, 131 Suez Canal Shares, British purchase
of, 26-7 SuSfc  Canal   Territory,  British  re-
tention of, 299 Sugar-growing in Egypt, 71 Sultan, title of, implications of, 132 ''Superior Order," 31-2 Syria, promise of, to France, 124 Syrian Expedition, Record of, died on  the Egyptian* Labour Corps, and its work, 138, 139-40                 s
Syrians in Egypt, 158
Ti:!^ Tnvi-?
Tnr Turkgypt," view on, of Uromer, and action taken under Liberal Government, 90, 108 sqq. ; the Protectorate intended to further, 125, 256, 258 ; British failure to train Egyptians for, 212, 215, 223 ; and British recognition of the Sultan's heir, $#7-8 ; fitness for,*how to, be gauged, 272 ; sphere of, 304-5 ; need for proof of Egyptian capacity for, 306